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a gunman opens fire at l.a.x. airport. suspects and a possible motive. >> i'm vic carter. here's what people are talking about tonight. >> we can update the breaking news. a gunman opened fire, killing at least one person and. reaction. but first, teri okita is live with more on what's going on right now. teri? >> reporter: you know, on a normal day outside l.a.x. on this road, it would be packed, not so today. because of the shooting and the temporary closure of the airport. witnesses describe the scene as chaotic. they say they heard several pops and took cover. >> reporter: police and
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paramedics swarmed terminal 3 at los angeles international airport. after someone opened fire this morning. >> we proceeded up into the screening area. with where tsa screeners are and continued shooting and went past the screeners, back into the airport itself. >> reporter: emergency crews loaded wounded tsa officers into ambulances. one tsa officer, a 40-year-old man was killed. and three others were injured. passengers inside the terminal heard the gunshots. >> right when i heard the shots, i looked over my shoulder and everybody was running towards me, saying run, run. >> reporter: other passengers saw the gunman. >> and i noticed he had an assault rifle, a huge gun. strapped over his shoulder. >> reporter: airport police confronted suspect, who was wounded in a gunfire exchange. >> reporter: authorities evacuated the terminal and set up a triage area. >> we got out. and they told us to stay underneath the plane. >> reporter: six people were transported to area hospitals.
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at least one is in critical condition. >> reporter: again, the suspect is identified as 23-year-old paul siancia, from pensville, new jersey. i just spoke with the airport security officer. good news for the flight crews. and airport workers here. they are allowed into and out of the airport. not still looking for passengers am they are still, essentially in lockdown. l.a.x. is the third busiest airport in the u.s. and you can imagine what a huge logistical nightmare this has become. live from los angeles, i'm teri okita. >> thank you very much. and our complete coverage of the l.a.x. shooting continues. mary is in the newsroom with reaction to the violent shooting spree. >> reporter: today's airport shooting sent travelers running in all directions, trying to outrun and get away from this gunman. some who had already cleared security rushed onto the tarmac, where others locked down in restaurants, lounges, trams and bathrooms. air traffic controllers reported seeing passengers spilling from the terminal onto the tarmac, getting out as fast
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as they could. one witness describes the scene. . >> reporter: it is probably the worst experience i've ever been in, in my life. it's the most terrifying. and you always kind of imagine, what would you do. when you hear about these horrible snenszs, and you have to asks yourself, what would i do in a situation like that. and the only thing i could do was keep my eyes down the hallway and make sure he wasn't coming down and try to keep calm. >> air traffic has been affected nationwide, as the faa grounded flights that had not yet left for los angeles. back to you, vic. wjz now has the latest on the shooting in l.a.x. a law enforcement official says that the suspect is 23-year-old paul siancia. he was carrying a bag with a handwritten note that read he wanted to kill tsa agents and pigs. police are still searching for a motive in that shooting. check in with wjz for complete coverage of the shooting at l.a.x. we'll bring you the latest information on suspect. the victims and the impact on travel.
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millions and millions of dollars lost. tonight, ray lewis is one of more than a dozen former nfl players who filed a massive lawsuit against banking giant, bb&t. wjz is live. derek valcourt explains, why the players say the bank owes them more than $60 million. derek? >> this lawsuit alleges that people connected with the bank literally forged the athlete's signatures and made millions in unauthorized withdrawals. >> reporter: ray lewis's work on the field. >> it's personal now. >> reporter: made him one of the highest-earning ravens of all times. now, this $60 million lawsuit filed against bb&t, claims one of the banks, through one of its business partners, lost nearly $3.8 million. he isn't alone. 15 other players join him. the allegations surround this man, former financial adviser, jeff rubin, whose firm, pro
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sports financial helped athletes manage their money. it allowed rubin and employees to open accounts in the athletes' names. >> without power of attorney, without authorize, -- authorization. clearly they were forging documents. >> investments like this alabama entertainment complex, called center stage, which was later raided by alabama's attorney general, for having legal gambling machines. investments the athletes say they never knew about. bb&t issued a statement, saying while they did not have opportunity to reveal the allegations in detail, we understand that this concerns those taken by bank atlantic, prior to acquisition by bb&t in 2012. >> the fortunate adviser at the center of this case, has been banned for life, by securities regulators, after high-risk investments lost millions for other nfl players, including terrell owens.
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we're live, ver derek valcourt, wjz eyewitness news. >> the case will now wind its way through federal courts. baltimore county police arrest a former teacher and youth group leader on charges of sexual abuse. the zooms -- victims allege. they were abused at church events and their homes. fernandez is being held in the baltimore county detention center. in a stunning development, wjz learns there may be as many as 9,000 victims of a johns hopkins gynecols. dr. nikita levy killed himself, after allegations surfaced surfaced that he secretly videotaped his patients during exams. investigator mike hellgren tells us what else his victims claim he did to them. >> reporter: they say he performed extra exams, that he touched them inappropriately. and now, a class-action settlement process is moving forward in the case, with the
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lawyers representing the victims, praising johns hopkins. >> investigators say gynecologist, nikita levy use a pen cam like this one, to record an exam. and the fbi is still sifting through thousands of images on his computer. there may be 9,000 victims and their workers are now working to settle the class action case thru a mediator. >> i think these women are in fear of getting their pap smears and examinations. we are women who are in fear of sighing any physician. >> did he behave strangely? >> he always smiled. when he was checking my private, he smiled. when i went for my appointment, there would never be another nurse in there. it would be just him. >> reporter: the lawyers say it went beyond went beyond videotaping. that he was unprofessional during the exams.
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they're unsure whether any of the them were sold or recorded online. the his medical file showed no previous complaints. >> lips can be-- looks can be deceiving. he was very, very nice. i actually recommended him. >> reporter: those recommending the victims complimented johns hopkins for trying to move the case forward and provide closure for the many victims. >> our job is to make sure our clients are treated fairly. are fully compensated for the harm they sustained. and the court ultimately will be the final determiner for we've done what we needed to do. >> reporter: those lawyers would not miss compensation-- release coverage sation. they said did say some of the victims were minors. >> the case blew open in february, when a coworker noticed something suspicious and report today to hopkins security. a serious accident in baltimore county, involving at least three cars. sky eye chopper 13 was over the scene just after 3:00 this
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afternoon. it happened in the 800 block of eastern boulevard, in essex. firefighters say there are multiple injuries. no word how serious they are. police are still investigating. well, plans for redeveloping harbor point in fells point, may have hit a snag. according to our media partner, the baltimore sun, federal and state regulators have called for changes in the harbor point developer's plans, for protecting the public from toxic contaminants in the ground there. a public meeting has been scheduled for november 14th, to review environmental safeguards for the harbor point development. things have cleared up around baltimore, after a cloudy start to the day, with a little rain here and there. you wouldn't know it rained this morgue, though. people were out walking and jogging around university parkway this afternoon. some even sporting some shorts. outside right now, it's mostly clear and cool. how will things shape up for the weekend? week is live with first warning weather coverage. meteorologist tim williams and bob turk are updating the current conditions. bob? >> actually, it's pretty warm
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out there. got up to 73 this afternoon. the cooling will come this weekend, actually. right now, take a look at radar. we can take it back to around 7:00 this morning, when the line of storms moved through the area. with gusty winds, downpours. airport only picked up 17/100ths of an inch. we missed the bulk of the heavy activity, across pennsylvania and new york state actually. right now, we pretty much cleared out a few lingering clouds. but we're at 69 degrees. our normal high today is 62. 68 in washington. 67 ocean city. oakland at 55 degrees. right now, south winds, very light. and far western maryland, the winds are picking up. and we'll get a breezy condition later on and during the day tomorrow, it will feel a bit on the breezy side. so some of those leaves were blowing around. tim is in the outback. tim has a look at the rainfall we had for the month of october. and a reminder for your saturday night, before you go to bed. tim? >> we certainly like to keep
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you up on how we end one month before we start the next. and rainfall is a major part of that. let's get you up to speed on what we ended the month with as far as rain totals. we ended the month of october with 7.62 inches of rain. almost -- a little more than double the normal of 3.33. you can almost double that and add a few more tenths of an inch to it. for the year so farks for 2013 so far, 34.84 inches, almost 35 inches of rain. and the way that plays out, just about a third of an inch below the normal for this time of year. so all said and done, we are almost right on target for where we typically top out for rainfall for this time of year, as we head into november. as far as that reminder bob is talking about before you go to sleep tomorrow night, set your clocks back one hour. at 2:00 a.m., we resume to standard time. clocks fall back. of course, you get one extra hour of sleep. and we like to remind you to change your batteries in all of your emergency detectors, smoke
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detectors, carbon monoxide detectors and anything in your home that uses batteries. we'll continue to keep you updated on the forecast. bob has it, coming up. thank you, tim and bob. the ravens hit by another injury, just two days before their game in cleveland. sports director mark viviano joins us with the latest plus predictions on this game. mark? >> there have been concerns all season long about the ravens' offensive line. today, they announced that ravens starting guard needs back surgery. he will likely miss the remainder of the season. this is the latest shakeup to a team that certainly needs a shakeup to the win and their fight to get into play-off contention. >> reporter: s ravens go to cleveland, carrying a two-game losing streak. and with that, some concerns about how they have been playing on offense. they've had extra time to address those concerns, during the bye week. and they begin to put those improvements to the test against the browns. >> we've got a long ways to go. we haven't been operating the way we want to. but we're heading in the right direction. i think we're starting to
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create an identity and go after something. you know, just excited about doing that. >> reporter: the ravens beat the browns here in baltimore, in september. 11th straight time, they've beaten their division rivals. will they make it 12 in a row sunday? we ask our experts. >> ravens return to the bye week, hopefully refreshed as they look at the browns. ravens 20, browns 13. >> ravens reallyned a win. but a big one. they need to clobber these guys. i'm not thinking that's going to happen, though. i'm picking the ravens. >> comingufa the bye week, the ravens have the best record since 2012. in fact, under john harbaugh, they've never lost after the bye week. ravens win it, 17-13. >> ravens steal their halloween candy. bullies win again. ravens over the browns, 24-17. >> ravens' defense has been good, held the last two opponents to fewer than 20 points. still, the ravens lost both of those games. i think they're going to hold
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cleveland to 13 points. and they should score enough to beat the browns, 23-13. and i'll have player reaction to those changes on the offensive line. coming up a little later on in sports. back to you for now. >> looking forward to it. thank you, mark. and a reminder, you can see the ravens battle the browns this sunday. 4:15. the game begins. live here on wjz. and still to come on wjz eyewitness news. new, legal action. jerry sandusky asks to review the case. what he says jurors should have known. i'm alex demetrick. coming up, final arguments in the stent lawsuit. now the jury will set the damages. that story as eyewitness news continues. four of maryland's high school students are graduating within four years. i'll plain. and a gorgeous end to what started out a gray day. what can we expect for the weekend? we'll have your first warning weather forecast from bob when we return. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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been a long day. and now they have begun their night with the start of dlblgzs. >> reporter: blocked arteries can cause deaths. opening the vessels with stents can reduce that risk. but placing the stents without that risk has led to hundreds of lawsuits against dr. mark midei. >> dr. midei said it was 90%. when they reviewed it, it was 10%. >> reporter: they found he place unnecessary stents in businessman glen weinberg's heart. weinberg cut back. saying the false diagnosis cost him a 4% stake in four cordish projects. but in an effort to streamline the case, the jury is only considering the maryland live casino. and the damages phase of this case. midei's defense insists he saves weinberg's life.
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and he is not responsible for decisions. the judge laid out three basic questions for the jury to settle. did he, glen weinberg lose an interest in maryland live? what were the numbers lost? not the numbers the lawyers are throwing out, but the jury's determination? and the defendant, dr. midei's negligence must have been the cause of the claim. >> some big numbers are being thrown around, $50 to $100 million, suffered by glen weinberg. >> besides dr. midei, the former owners of st. joseph's hospitals are also behind the lawsuit. christie ileto is in the newsroom and&explains why state educators say there is still a long way to go. >> the graduation rate is almost at 84%. but that means there's still a good portion of students dropping out. and state educators say that's one student too many.
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>> reporter: more of maryland's high school students are getting diplomas in 40 years. new numbers friday show the state's graduation rate for the class of 2012, rose just over 33%. an increase of 1.5% in two years. >> more and more of our principals are making sure that individual students complete high school education on time. >> reporter: they say it play a big part. >> i think it's really reassuring. >> they are comforted by the number. high school seniors are encouraged. >> that's good. like many people in our jobs, going to high school and graduating college. >> passing state assessment, which focusing -- focuses on english, math, and biologist. -- biology. >> i think the bridge project does help some of our students who traditionally would become very frustrated and give up. >> while the graduation rate might be up, state educators
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say there is still room for improvement. >> 86% in five years, 84% is good. but we recognize we really need to start looking at individual students now. >> when it comes to graduation, have you to look at one student at a time. >> reporter: as for this year's seniors, state educators hope to dish out the diplomas to more of maryland's students. >> and the graduation rate for 2013 won't be available until next year. >> thank you, kristy. prince george's county, saw a 3.3 percentage decrease for 2010 and 2012. time now to check in with bob. cleared out. beautiful afternoon. >> warm out. temperature still 69 degrees. south winds at 3. the barometer currently holding steady. come back and take a look at a come back and take a look at a slightly cooler satu,,,,,,,,
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remember wa, warm afternoon. a little after 2:00 this afternoon. with the sun. 55 in oakland. still at 69 degrees this time of night. 67 in ocean city. still upper 60s, just about everywhere. east of the mountains. amazing. this time of year. 63, a little cooler by the bay. because the bay water temperature is around 61 degrees. otherwise, close to the upper 60s to near 70 degrees. the rain you saw this morning, really had a quick little squall line move through the area. then a little bit of light rain behind that. right now, we've got the clear skies. all of that action is moved off
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to the east and northeast. strongest winds are up near pennsylvania and new york, where wind gusts to 40, 50, even 60 miles an hour. reported across interior portions of new york. still a little rain here, southern portions of the chesapeake bay. it's just moving off of ocean city the last hour. west of us, a few clouds in the ohio valley. the next system, however, will bring us some clouds, mixed with sun tomorrow. actually, it's another frontal system, with much cooler air behind it. initially, tomorrow is going to be another mild day. it will be a little breezy, sun and some clouds. and then the next front comes in, saturday night. it turns cooler. sunday, a lot cooler than saturday. and monday, probably only in the upper 40s. so we gradually step down, cooler days over the next three. by tuesday, however, we start to warm up once again. so it's not going to be a long shot of cold air. at least not right now. west winds on the bay, 5 to 10. but gusts to 20 knots. and a small craft advisory, saturday afternoon on the bay.
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sunrise, 7:36. sets at 6:05. but don't forget. set your clock back. side night, before you go to bed. all righty. tonight, then, 48 with partly cloudy skies later on. a bit of a breeze developing. tomorrow, pretty nice day. sunny to partly sunny. maybe a sprinkle west of us. normal, 62 with a high of 66, down in the 40s tomorrow night. >> okay. >> pretty close to normal. still to come tonight on wjz's eyewitness news. busted. police arrest three people and shut down a drug tunnel from mexico to the u.s. the startling details. the personal information of thousands of county workers stolen. i'm linh bui, coming up on wjz, details on the breach and if anyone was at risk. >> she's doing miraculously well. unbelievably well. two frightening encounters. what cal ripken is sa,,,,,,,,,,,
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it is 6:30. 69 degrees and clear for
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central maryland now. good evening, thank you for staying with wjz. here are some of the stories people are talking about tonight. updating the breaking news out of l.a. airport. a gunman opens fire inside a terminal. a tsa agent killed. several others injured. kyung lah is in los angeles airport, with the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: the investigation is still ongoing here at los angeles international airport. police at this point are saying they believe the suspect is a 23-year-old man. one of the biggest questions is how he managed to get an assault rifle into one of the world's busiest airports. federal law enforcement looking into the possibility that this gunman was targeting tsa personnel. that is based off of eyewitness reports, saying that the gunman asked, hey, are you tsa? when people replied no, he would move on. the federal officials are conif i recalling to us that this is
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the first tsa employee who has been shot in the line of duty, as far as injuries to are the people. one person -- to other people. one person remains in critical condition. there are four other people in the hospital, with various other injuries. but this airport, which is one of the country's busiest, remains in gridlock. take a look at the sea of passengers here. many of these passengers have been waiting three, four, five hours. you can see that they have their bags with them. they don't know if their planes are going to take off. flights that were already in the air were allowed to land. as far as flights are going to be leaving later this afternoon and into the evening, there is still very much a big question mark as to whether any of these people will be able to take off. reporting live from l.a.x., i'm kyung lah. now, back to you. >> and wjz now has the latest on the shooting at l.a.x. a law enforcement official says the suspect is 23-year-old paul siancia. he was carrying a bag with a
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handwritten note that read, he wanted to kill tsa agents and pigs. police are still searching for a motive in that shooting. and we invite you to check in with wjz for complete coverage of the shooting at l.a.x. coming up tonight at 11:00, the very latest on the investigation, the victims and that suspect. former penn state football coach, jerry sandusky is asking a pennsylvania court to take his case. mare sein the newsroom with more -- mary is in the newsroom with more on sandusky's petition. >> he is asking the highest court to take up the appeal of his child sex abuse conviction. he said the judge should have instructed the lepghtdz of time it took victims to come forward. also suggests a case of failed trials can be held even in the worst cases. former penn state football coach was convicted last year of 45 counts of sexual abuse. sandusky is serving a 30- to 60- year state sentence. >> earlier this week, penn state reached a settlement with
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26 of sandusky's victims, agreeing to pay them nearly $60 million. police are accusing them of stealing the personal information of thousands of baltimore county workers. wjz is live. linh bui has more on the investigation and how he did it. linh? >> police had not yet identified that suspect. but we do know that he worked for a contractor, hired by the county. >> reporter: the man worked on computers in baltimore county offices. but police say he stole personal information while on the job. >> and there's the potential for misuse. and there's the potential to cause serious problems for the person whose identity has been stolen. >> reporter: police discovered this because they were already investigating him. for printing false checks and using fake ids in 2012. >> reporter: while investigating that identity theft case, police review the man's hard drive. and that's when they found the county employee data. >> reporter: he had the personal information of more than 12,000 current and former county workers, including social security numbers, home addresses, and salaries. >> it's a sad thing it
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happened. it does happen. and i wish it wouldn't have happened here in baltimore county. >> reporter: the county notified employees that made security changes. employees can no longer download sensitive information to their personal hard drive. >> to make sure none of that information is on hard drives, we will now have our employees going through and scanning approximately 500,000 computers upon. >> reporter: fortunately, police say no financial information was stolen. and it appears the personal dat was was not -- data was not miss used. >> it can wreak havoc with someone's life, if someone steals your personal information and uses it inappropriately. >> reporter: right now, the suspect is in custody in another state. and will be extradited back to maryland. reporting live, linh bui, wjz eyewitness news. >> thank you, linh. and despite this incident, the county said they do require strict background checks for contractors and their employees. jessica kartalija reports, after his mother is involved in two frightening encounters,
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baseball hall-of-famer, cal ripken, jr., speaks about the incidents. >> reporter: tonight, cal ripken is calling the whole thing bizarre, but said he is leaving the investigation up to police. >> reporter: just last month, an attempted carjacking in broad daylight. 75-year-old vi ripken was leaving the nbrs financial bank in ashdean. >> -- aberdeen. >> ms. ripken told them she was approached in the parking lot as she went to the vehicle, by a man with a gun. >> reporter: a frightening ordeal for vi ripken, who just last year was abducted at gunpoint from her home, tied up, force intodz her car, and -- into her car and drink around for 24 hours. >> it seems to be bizarre that a similar thing could happen to your mom, two times in the year. i am concerned. but at the same time, i take my concern from her. you know, how she deals with it. she swears that we're all more worried than she is. >> hi. i'm cal ripken.
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>> reporter: the hall-of-famer, author, businessman, public speaker and ceo of ripken baseball said he is leaving the investigating up to police. >> part of dealing with this personally is you can get immersed into it, into the whole investigation in the process and have that run your life. or you can kind of pull back and let the professionals do their job. >> reporter: in both incidents, vi was physically unharmed, save for the stress to both her and her family. >> she's doing miraculously well. unbelievably well. and i don't know if each and every one of us would think about the things she's gone through, whether we would react in the same fashion. she's remarkable. >> reporter: a $100,000 reward is being offered for any information leading to the arrest of a suspect in last year's abduction case. ripken says there have been several leads in that case. jessica kartalija, wjz eyewitness news. >> john walsh, host of america's most wanted urged the kidnapper to come forward, saying, quote, they're going to
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hunt you down, turn yourself in, end quote. authorities in san diego say they have shut down a newly completed drug tunnel between the u.s. and mexico that was built as a smuggler's subway. the tunnel has an electronic rail system. electrical and ventilation systems. and runs for about one-third of a mile between warehouses in san diego and tijuana. three people are under arrest. and authorities seized more than 300 pounds of cocaine and more than eight tons of marijuana. well, time now for a quick look at stories you'll find in the baltimore sun. what's next for the harbor point, now that the epa and department of maryland environment have developed the plan. and a preview of tomorrow's annual meeting of the midshipmen and the fighting irish. for these stories and a lot more, read tomorrow's baltimore sun. and remember to look for the updated forecast, from wjz's first warning weather team. a pumpkin smashed at the maryland science center is
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ending halloween with orange splatter. the museum is offering reduced admission prices yesterday. bringing jack-o'-lanterns to smash. the leftover pump kips will be drop -- pumpkins will be dropped down a four-story tube to splatter the plaza below. children can enjoy the festivities inside and outside the museum. including the pumpkin splatter, which you can imagine what it's going to look like. >> who is going to clean up. that's what i want to know. >> not my job. >> not mine either. maybe a big rain. tightening security. big changes taking place ahead of this week's new york marathon. how the boston marathon changed things. when you see somebody, you don't think they're going to steal from you. >> striking again. an experienced jewelry thief shocks a california store owner, with her age. hear from her next. bob turk. in the first warning weather center, nicer and cooler
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weekend. i'll have the exclusive first warning five-day forecast. and wjz 13 is always on. here are the top stories on at this hour. for updates on all the day's news, and the updated forecast, log onto ,,,,, [ female announcer ] now you can turn pillsbury crescents
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a bus flipped over into a kansas river. police say the bus crashed off a bridge, overturned, ended up half submerged into the water. 10 children were pulled savely from the water, after climbing out of the emergency exit. the bus driver was taken to the hospital to be checked for hypothermia. what caused the crash is still under investigation. a bomb threat forces a united express flight from san francisco to san antonio to make an emergency landing in phoenix. after being diverted, all passengers quickly evacuated. moments after landing, law enforcement officials surround the the runway, searched the plane. passengers were screened and questioned several times before being allowed to head to their final destinations. authorities say no dangerous object was found. almost six months after the bombings in boston, new york police are preparing to beef up security for sunday's new york city marathon. hundreds of police officers, along with counter terror iewntdzs will be posted on the route for tens of thousands,
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participating in this race. the nypd will have helicopters, boats and hundreds of cameras, searching for suspicious activity. police will be paying special attention to the finish line in central park. an 83-year-old woman, best known for her sticky fingers, strikes again. she's an international jewel thief, with five decades of experience. this time, she hit in california, stealing $100,000 in jewelry. doris payne's criminal career began when she was 23. and walked out of a pittsburgh jewelry store with $22,000 in diamonds. this time, a palm desert store owner said he was showing her jewelry for about an hour, and didn't notice when she slipped items away. >> to say i have no remorse? >> yeah. >> that's people who don't know me. >> she should go to jail. but that's not degree to happen. so she'll be out again and doing it to somebody else. >> reporter: she's been jailed in several states but always
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gotten out. many are skeptical justice will ever be served. shing be arraigned november 5th. a new apple goes on sale today. the ipad air was unveiled as the fifth generation ipad last month. it's 20% thinner and 28% lighter than the fourth generation ipad. and apapple says it's 72 times faster than the original ipad. 72 times. prices start at $499. they go up to $629. >> and people were camped out, waiting to get this early this morning. but there was no line. so they walked right in. they got what they wanted. scott pelley has a preview of what's coming up tonight on the cbs evening news. a gunman has attacked a security checkpoint at los angeles internationality airport. at least one tsa officer is dead. many are injured. and we now know the identity of the killer. we'll have the latest on this breaking story tonight, on the
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it is beautifully clear around baltimore after a cloudy start to the day.
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have we seen the last of the wet weather? or will it dampen your weekend? meteorologist tim williams and bob turk are updating the five- day forecast. let's start with tim who is outside in the gorgeous outback. >> delightful evening shaping up. skies have cleared out. tonight, we'll go down to around 50 degrees. that's where we'll start tomorrow. it's a little damp. almost feels tropical out here right now. we'll go through the 60s, eventually topping out tomorrow at about 66 degrees. we'll start to taper off in the evening and end up down in the 40s before it's all said and done. for the next five days, we send it in to bob. >> tomorrow is going to be a nice day again. a little breezy by afternoon. sun and clouds. 66/44. a lot cooler on sunday. 54, 29. only 48 on monday. so to finally feel like november. 48/35. warming up again, tuesday and wednesday. upper 50s to the upper 60s. some showers, looks like on thursday. and it gets cool again by the end of next week. denise? vic? >> thank you, bob.
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still to come tonight. another injury means more changes to the ravens' roster. >> we all have our little tricks. mom swaps one of my snacks for a yoplait. i don't mind, i mean it's orange crème. and when mom said bobby was too edgy... 'sup girl. i just swapped him out for tyler. 'sup girl. mom never questioned bobby again. two can play at this game. [ female announcer ] swap one snack a week for a yoplait. and everybody wins. yoplait. it is so good. this is the creamy chicken corn chowder. i mean, look at it. so indulgent. did i tell you i am on the... [ both ] chicken pot pie diet! me too! [ male announcer ] so indulgent, you'll never believe they're light. 100-calorie progresso light soups. [ female announcer ] at 100 calories, not all food choices add up.
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year. the ravens' super bowl offensive line has now changed dramatically. matt burke retired. bryant mckinnie was retired. and now, colecheo osemly was hurt. assembly will likely miss the rest of the season. a massive lineman from the state, asemlee played every game his rookie year. started every game this season. then the back injury started up. aq will take over. primarily a center. filled in when the starter first got hurt three weeks ago. the ravens reacted today to the latest setback on their offensive line. >> we're all hoping for a good surgery and a healthy recovery. but you know, next man up. and you know, he's going to step up and roll. and we just, you know, we've got to fight through the injuries. they happen in the nfl. >> i feel very comfortable.
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since the miami game, i've been practicing. strictly pretty much guard. center is my natural position. i've been really pushing guard. and i feel good. >> reporter: aq shipley is the next man up in the cleveland browns are the ravens' next opponent. it's a team they have beaten 11 straight times. coverage comes your way, sunday at 4:15. the ravens play the cincinnati bengals next. and bengals are now without their best defensive player. defensive tackle, jeno atkins. suffered a torn right knee. not only did cinci lose one of its best players am they lost a game in unusual overtime fashion. quarterback andy dalton sacked. the two-point safety gives miami the sudden death win. itens the bengals' winning streak. cinci remains in the first place in afc north.
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end of baseball's world series means the start of free agent shopping period. teams have a five-day window to hit before the players hit the open market. outfielder chris dickerson declared for free agency today. by declining an assignment to the orioles league in norfolk. primarily, as a backup outfielder. has highlight night was hitting runs. plus, had a walkoff game- winning homer. they have nine of their own free agents. they have exclusive negotiating rights over the next four days. and down the road in d.c., not just signing players. that signs a new manager. matt williams, officially introduced today. his first managerial job, most recently wears a coat with the diamondbacks. among his managerial role models, williams mentioned buck showalter. williams and the nats gallon head to head with bucks orioles
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in inner league play next season, with four meetings in july. >> love those games. should be fun. looking forward to july already. >> thank you, sir. hold on, mark. be right back. ,,,,
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be sure to tune in to the cbs primetime lineup at 10:00, blue bloods, followed by eyewitness news at 11:00. finally tonight, halloween is not over yet for a group of lucky children in nevada. a judge dressed up as a fairy godmother and finalized adoptions for six children. some have spent years without a permanent home. the judge says she is granting their wish to find a home, and their family, where they can spend all of thfuture holidays. the children showed up in costume, too. for the wonderful ceremony. >> that's it for us tonight. >> i'm denise koch. thanks for watching wjz eyewitness news. maryland's news station. there's much more ahead on the
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>> pelley: tonight the assault at los angeles international airport. >> all you hear is screaming, chaos. i duck down. >> pelley: a gunman attacks a security check point. >> right when i heard the shots, i looked over my shoulder and everybody was running towards me saying run! >> pelley: at least one tsa officer is dead. many people are injured. we now know the identity of the killer. carter evans and john miller are on this breaking story. a terrorist wanted in the murders of seven cia officers appears to have been killed. margaret brennan on how u.s. intelligence found its revenge. has a tiny american drug company found the solution to the scourge of the meth epidemic. and steve hartman on the road. prisoners who met suellen fried leave prison with a new conviction. >> maybe we're not that bad

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